Joseph Moser, MD

Dr. Joseph Moser joins the University of Maryland Medical System as chief medical officer of Charles Regional Medical Center.

Dr. Moser operated a private obstetrics and gynecology medical practice for 22 years before being appointed vice president for medical affairs at Anne Arundel Medical Center. His clinical experience proved invaluable, as his leadership role required a strong commitment to patient care quality and safety, clinical research and safe adoption of new technologies and procedures.

While at Anne Arundel, Dr. Moser created the Anne Arundel Health System Research Institute (AAHSRI), a not-for-profit corporation under the health system with over 100 active clinical trials and research studies. In 2015 he received the Anne Arundel Medical Staff’s “Pioneer Award” for creating the AAHSRI. He also created and implemented the health system’s outcomes analysis program, applying data acquisition and statistical analysis to internal quality indicators for in-depth reports. This program has led to many clinical and utilization improvements.

Board certified in obstetrics and gynecology, Dr. Moser received his medical degree from the University of Maryland School of Medicine. He completed his residency in obstetrics and gynecology at the University of Maryland Medical Center. He has completed a number of leadership and management training courses, including Physicians in Management I, II and III at the American College of Physician Executives, and attended The Quality Colloquium at Harvard University, which focused on patient safety and quality of care.

Dr. Moser has also written many articles for publication, including “Integrating Nurse Practitioners Into a Hospital Medical Staff,” which appeared in Maryland Medicine in volume 15, issue 4 in 2016, and “Peer Review with Patient Representation and Two-Hospital Collaboration,” which appeared in the May-June 2016 issue of the Physician Leadership Journal.